Re: Quick feedback requested on draft WAI home page redesign

The following two comments are from a friend who uses a braille 
reader and Netscape.

(1)     When I click the [unwrap table] button, all that apparently happens
is that a statement is added below the menu bar, which reads:

    Summary: Layout table can be unwrapped for screen reader access. The
    first part contains news, 'about WAI', participation information, and
    a search form. The second part lists WAI resources.

     Since the bar itself says:

    News … About WAI … Participation … Resources … Search … [unwrap table]

I confess, I don't get the point, except that this could presumably
contain some expanded information when necessary.

(2) By the way, I don't know how the menu bar appears in print, but
in braille, the header separators look like numeral 7's (%B7); NOT TOO
SPIFFY! -- What's wrong with standard ASCII | (pipe, %7C)? It's perfectly
clear and "THE SAME" for any application.  Before we start using extended
codes for general use, I think we better "standardize" the interpretation
-- if that's not a contradiction in terminology.

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Received on Friday, 22 September 2000 14:01:58 UTC